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Violence and Community Violence and community were intimately linked in the ancient world. This volume aims to construct such an agenda by exploring the historiography of the study of violence in antiquity, and highlighting a number of important paradoxes of ancient vio- lence.
It explores the forceful nexus between wealth, power and the passions by focusing on three major aspects that link violence and community: The contributions to this volume range widely in both time and space: Ioannis K. He is the author of Unthinking the Greek Polis: Ancient Greek History beyond Eurocentrism , Politics: Antiquity and its Legacy and Greeks and Barbarians She is the author of Medieval Mirrors for Princes: State, Power and Violence Xydopoulos, Kostas Vlassopoulos, and Eleni Tounta d-1pass-r All rights reserved.